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- Cruising Disney Dream March 2014. What's a good location for Pirate Night Firework Show?
- - Asked by Keishandra from Louisiana on 12/20/2013
- Ahoy Keishandra!
Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel and congratulations on your magical March voyage aboard the Disney Dream! I hope the next three months fly by so it will be your family's turn for a pixie dusted sailing. The Buccaneer Blast is one of my favorite events held aboard Disney Cruise Line! This firework spectacular will definitely make your jaw drop as you gaze at all the dazzling colors in the beautiful moonlight sky. I have a couple of spots I like to position my crew for this fun-filled event. One option is on Deck 12 along the railing that is opposite the Funnel vision. This will give your family a great view of the deck stage, the Funnel vision screen and of course, the sky. The other spot we like to stand is along Deck 12 on the starboard side of the ship along the railing that overlooks the Deck stage on Deck 11. I think you will be pleased with either spot, but I do advise you to arrive around 25 minutes early. The spots along the inner railing do go quickly so you will want to plan ahead so you have space for everyone.
Thank you for visiting the Moms Panel with your question, Keishandra! I hope you will stop by again if you think of anything else before your March sail away!
Have a magical day!
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